Singing in the New Year

Singing in the New Year

Williams is proud to be a sponsor of the 2016 Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’ First Night, Pittsburgh’s arts-focused New Year’s Eve celebration. “The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust is delighted to have local support for this treasured regional event that positively contributes to the quality of life of Pittsburgh residents and visitors to the region,” shared Kimberly Mauersberg, … Continue reading Singing in the New Year

Spirit of Giving: Employees raise $5.4 Million across North America

Spirit of Giving: Employees raise $5.4 Million across North America

Williams employees demonstrated their generosity again in 2015 by raising more than $5.4 million in total United Way contributions across the United States and Canada. “Year after year, the response across our organization is overwhelming and inspiring,” said Williams’ President and Chief Executive Officer Alan Armstrong. “The tremendous generosity of our employees is a direct … Continue reading Spirit of Giving: Employees raise $5.4 Million across North America

“Christmas trees” found year-round on gas wells

“Christmas trees” found year-round on gas wells

While some of us are spending this week packing away our Christmas trees, in our industry “Christmas trees” found year-round on gas wells. “Christmas trees” aren’t just for the holidays in the natural gas industry. Nicknamed because of their subtle resemblance to the holiday decoration, a “Christmas tree” is a complex assembly of valves, spools … Continue reading “Christmas trees” found year-round on gas wells

New Engineering & Construction leader taking the helm

New Engineering & Construction leader taking the helm

Williams has a new leader at the helm of its core business of designing and building natural gas infrastructure. John Seldenrust has more than 25 years industry experience and has been appointed Senior Vice President of Engineering & Construction, effective Jan. 1. He is responsible for ensuring the delivery of best-in-class engineering, design, and project … Continue reading New Engineering & Construction leader taking the helm

A story of hope

A story of hope

It’s been said that perspective is everything when facing life’s challenges. This year has been full of challenges for Mark Keitz, operations supervisor in the Barnett Shale, and his family. But, with the help of Williams’ employees across the country and the Williams Matching Gifts Program, the Keitz Family has maintained a positive perspective. Mark’s … Continue reading A story of hope

Ninety years and counting: Fayette Chamber of Commerce

Ninety years and counting: Fayette Chamber of Commerce

At its annual awards ceremony in early December, the Fayette Chamber of Commerce – the oldest established business organization in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, representing over 600 members in various industries – commemorated its 90th year of serving the community, making it part of an elite group of U.S. chambers that have reached the 90-year mark. … Continue reading Ninety years and counting: Fayette Chamber of Commerce

Leading by example: Platts Global Energy Awards

Leading by example: Platts Global Energy Awards

Often, it’s the accumulation of work over time that matters most. Not just one big thing. In the last few years, we’ve helped break new ground in our industry in such areas as technology, operational excellence and methane emission research. Our work is making a difference and getting noticed. Platts, a worldwide news outlet on … Continue reading Leading by example: Platts Global Energy Awards

Meet our manager of operations in North Canton, Ohio

Meet our manager of operations in North Canton, Ohio

Meet Clay, Manager of Operations in North Canton, Ohio. My favorite parts of my job are the changing priorities associated with the midstream business and the daily challenges of operating our system. I am proud to work for Williams because we have world-class assets and great people! If you aren’t familiar with the North Canton, … Continue reading Meet our manager of operations in North Canton, Ohio

Delivering Community Impact

Delivering Community Impact

Williams representatives were busy last week distributing the latest round of checks to recipients of the Atlantic Sunrise Community Grant program, awarding $365,000 to 42 deserving organizations throughout Pennsylvania. One of the 42 recipients was the Clinton County Department of Emergency Services, which plans to use its $10,000 grant to aid in the purchase of … Continue reading Delivering Community Impact